Tess Vigeland | Oct 17, 2008
Host Tess Vigeland visits a barber shop in Jefferson City, Missouri, to see how the customers there are reacting to the downturn in their investments.
John Dimsdale | Oct 29, 2008
Instead of individual tax rebates, Congress will probably focus new stimulus efforts on infrastructure improvements. John Dimsdale reports transportation and green projects could get high priority.
Megan Williams | Oct 29, 2008
Hungary is now receiving $25 billion from the IMF to help it cope with its dropped currency and deep debt. But with more countries on the horizon in need, will the IMF have enough? Megan Williams reports.
Caitlan Carroll | Oct 31, 2008
If you're looking to entertain the life out of your guests, why not buy a couch made from a coffin? Caitlan Carroll has this story on a new furniture business in Southern California.
Alisa Roth | Oct 24, 2008
In a world of questionable mortgage lenders and credit gone wrong, who can you trust to help you out of a foreclosure? Alisa Roth tells us stories of scammers that troubled homeowners should be careful to avoid.
Nancy Marshall-Genzer | Oct 31, 2008
About 20% of American mortgage borrowers are upside-down, meaning they owe more than their homes are now valued. Nancy Marshall Genzer looks at which states are most affected.
Gretchen Wilson | Aug 28, 2008
Inside South Africa's nature reserves, herds of elephants are growing. So the government's come up with a new plan -- with an eye toward the bottom line. Gretchen Wilson reports.
Richard Core | Oct 28, 2008
Consumer confidence hits an all-time low and today's Dow reacts by ... hitting the second-highest point gain ever. Analysts contacted by the...